The Tea Spot Launches Certified Organic Loose Leaf Teas in Gift Tins for Earth Day 2014

In honor of Earth Day 2014, Boulder, Colorado-based philanthropic tea company The Tea Spot is launching a new collection of organic loose leaf teas in retail-ready gift tins for online customers as well as domestic and international natural foods distributors.

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Loose Leaf Organic Tea by The Tea Spot

Loose Leaf Organic Tea by The Tea Spot

We’re extending our commitment to organic products by making this new line of tinned teas available for both domestic and international wholesale customers.

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) April 15, 2014

The Tea Spot announces today the upcoming introduction of its new line of certified organic loose leaf teas in retail-ready gift tins. The Tea Spot’s organic tea collection will symbolically launch on Earth Day, Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014.

Market demand for organic tea has been growing steadily over the past 15 years as consumers continue to become more educated about natural and healthy beverage options for the whole family. The Tea Spot’s commitment to offering a variety of loose leaf organic teas supports their customers’ need for more natural and sustainable alternatives. The Tea Spot now has two dozen certified organic teas to meet these rising demands. The loose leaf tea company prides itself on being able to offer a wide variety of traditional teas and herbal teas, as both single-estate teas and blends, all grown without the use of harmful pesticides or chemicals.

The wholesale demand for organic teas in retail-ready packaging is what drove the company’s decision to launch this new series of tea tins. “Feedback from customer previews of our organic loose leaf tea tins has been overwhelmingly positive,” stated company CEO Maria Uspenski, “so we’re extending our commitment to organic products by making this new line of tinned teas available for both domestic and international wholesale customers. The teas we chose to package in these striking, yet elegant tins, are our top-selling organic loose leaf teas. They already have a tremendous following and we know they have a proven track record of re-purchase. Many of our most dedicated customers look for organic options above any others, so we’re happy to expand our tea tin collection in that direction.”

In addition, the company is making the organic loose leaf tea tins directly available to retail customers at its online tea store, http://theteaspot.com, both as individual tins and as part of an organic tea set with eight tea tins. Those will be available for sale as of Earth Day 2014. The Tea Spot’s online newsletter subscribers will be privy to an advance sale on the organic tea tins.

The seven loose leaf teas to be launched in The Tea Spot’s branded organic tea tin packages will include:

Happy Heart Pu-erh organic Pu-erh tea – Puerh tea is often taken to cleanse the body of fat and toxins, as a detox tea. In traditional Chinese medicine Puerh is also popular as a hangover cure and as a weight loss tea. Tasting notes state that this aged and fermented black tea is “deep, rich and earthy in flavor”. Each tin of Happy Heart Pu-erh contains 3.6 oz loose leaf organic Puerh tea, yields 50 servings, and the suggested retail price (SRP) is $13.99.

Blue Mountain Nilgiri organic black tea – rich burgundy leaves that steep into a clear amber liquor with a well-balanced body. Tasting notes state that it is "both rich and cleansing to the palate, and its low astringency results in a naturally sweet and smooth aftertaste.” Each tin of Blue Mountain Nilgiri contains 2.4 oz loose leaf organic black tea, yields 34 servings, and SRP is $11.99.

New Moon Darjeeling organic black tea – a full leaf single estate Autumnal Darjeeling. Tasting notes from the head tea blender state that “the amber liquor rests gently on the palate while delivering bright sweet muscatel notes.” Each tin of New Moon Darjeeling contains 3.0 oz loose leaf organic Darjeeling tea, yields 42 servings, and SRP is $13.99.

Samurai Sencha organic green tea – a traditional Japanese green tea with flat, dark green tea leaves with a balanced flavor profile reminiscent of fresh cut grass and seaweed. Tasting notes state that "the medium-light body of its infusion results in a slightly sweet flavor that endures long after you’re done sipping.” Each tin of Samurai Sencha contains 3.25 oz loose leaf organic sencha tea, yields 46 servings, and SRP is $11.99.

Monkey-Picked White organic tea – a full large-leaf single-estate white tea from Fujian Province, China. Tasting notes state that “With the tell-tale flavors of a white tea, Monkey Picked White is delicate and buttery-smooth in flavor. You will taste a soft, nourishing sweetness with a slight hint of apricot and eventually experience a similar warmth and sweetness down your throat.” Each tin of Monkey-Picked White contains 1.2 oz loose leaf organic white tea, yields 32 servings, and SRP is $11.99.

Clouds and Mist organic green tea – also known as Yunwu, this assertive and smoky green tea develops over time to a soft and buttery finish. Tasting notes state that "its earthy taste, reminiscent of sweet roasted artichokes, is well-rounded, with a slight note of toasted pecans.” Each tin of Clouds and Mist contains 3.25 oz loose leaf organic green tea, yields 46 servings, and SRP is $12.99.

Organic Sweet Lullaby organic hibiscus tea – an organic sleepy tea consisting of carefully proportioned organic hibiscus flowers, organic ginger root, organic licorice root, and organic valerian root. Valerian tea is commonly consumed as a calming and sleep aid. Each tin of Organic Sweet Lullaby contains 4.4 oz loose leaf organic herbal tea, yields 52 servings, and SRP is $13.99.

About the Tea Spot:

The Tea Spot is a leading producer of handcrafted loose leaf teas and creator of Steepware®, the housewares tools that make loose tea easy. The company’s vision to modernize the loose leaf tea experience has held steadfast since the for-profit philanthropic company was founded by Maria Uspenski in 2004, a cancer survivor drawn to the health benefits of leaf tea during her recovery. Her message is simple and powerful: tea in its freshest form renders premium flavor, unmatched health benefits, and is eco-friendly. The Tea Spot's model of social entrepreneurship incorporates its mission to foster health and wellness through loose leaf tea, with its 10% Pledge. Ten percent of the company’s sales are donated in-kind to cancer and community wellness programs. The Tea Spot is a Boulder, Colorado-based woman owned and operated certified B corporation.